The Central Information Commission (C.I.C.)has asked The Supreme Court of India to tell the name of the Minister who tried to influence, by various unfair means including Bribery and Threatening, The Judge of The Madras High Court.
The Minister used all these unfair means and misused his Chair of Ministership also to pressurise a Judge of Madras High Court asking/ordering him to reverse his Judgement in a particular case.
The C.I.C. also demanded complete written discussions between The Judge and The Chief Justice of India.
Justice R. Raghupati, a Judge of Madras High Court, disclosed in an open court that a Cabinet Minister of Indian Government, thro’ his council tried to force me to give the judgement in their (Minister’s Man) favour, in a case being handled by C.B.I.
As per provisions of The Right to Information Act, Mr. Subhash Chander Aggarwal has raised all these demands.
The Chief Information Commissioner has assured to provide everything demanded information within 15 days.
The C.I.C. also rejected all the points raised by The Judge representing The Supreme Court.
–DR. NAVRAJ SINGH SANDHU (PAHS-1)